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Posted - 07/18/2001 :  08:12:54  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
bheema writes "Hello Team Members,

I have a problem while working with a DTS Package, I am creating a
automated sending mails package which will completely based on my
specified query.

Say my query is as

select taskid,login,email,description,details from xyz;

Here, what i need is that for every login or email the corresponding
details are to be pumped to the respective email ids.

I had tried for a long time, what i am able to retreive is that either a
first column value or last column value.

If anybody can help me out regarding this. I would be grateful to them.

Thanks in advance.

shankar a.b."

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Posted - 07/18/2001 :  11:48:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The sample code below works for a single e-mail. Put it in a loop with a cursor for multiples:

declare @call_date datetime
declare @daterange varchar(75)
declare @file varchar(100)

set @call_date = (select stuff from table)
set @daterange = 'Values for' + convert(varchar(10),@data_date,101)
set @file = '\\server\directory\file'+ '.txt'
print @file
exec master..xp_sendmail @recipients = @recipientvalue,
@subject = 'Something Meaningful',
@message = @datarange,
@attachments = @file
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